Didn't see this posted around here, but check out the highlight reel from this game: http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=5972761 With seconds left in the 4th quarter and no timeouts, UNC down 17-20, they run the ball and the RB is tackled in the middle of the field. The QB hikes the ball with about 18 guys on the field and 1 second left on the clock which causes a deadball penalty and stops the clock. So as ridiculous as it is, UNC gets to setup for a FG with the clock stopped due to their own penalty! They make the FG and go on to win the game in overtime thanks to forcing a penalty. Crazy, but this is why the NFL has a 10 second run-off rule. I wonder if the NCAA will make an adjustment due to this exploit. I find it odd that the other team cannot decline it and let the clock run out.